Natural light floods this soft yellow foyer with a round-top front door that mirrors the shape of a large window. Two brown lamps sit atop the wooden console table, while a blue and brown floor medallion sits at the center of the neutral marble floor.
Who needs a beverage? Everyone will want one in this striking and spacious wet bar area. The embellished floor medallion inlay, beige wainscoting and matching over-sized crown molding open this space up and make it fun and inviting.
This lovely sitting room is a perfect balance of contrasts: Darker, heavier elements like the bookshelf and wood floor are lifted by the lightness of the chandelier, arched window and the ghost chairs.
Simple luxury describes this large, open shower with cream and beige marble wall tile and inlaid stone medallion flooring. The built-in shelves and bench are attractive and functional additions to the space.
This New Orleans home, built in Second Empire style, offers a beautifully restored living room, with stunning architectural details, like gorgeous medallions, arches and mantels, and meticulously restored, gleaming wood floors and high ceilings.
A coffered tray ceiling in a rich bronze hue features a ceiling medallion, drawing attention to the beautiful chandelier. The dark dining table and charcoal gray dining chairs provide contrast against the creamy walls and floors in the formal space.
For the kid who loves planes, an aviation-inspired bedroom is the dream. A retro biplane bed sits in the center of the room surrounded by floor-to-ceiling maps, painted clouds on a tray ceiling and a compass-shaped ceiling medallion.
Woven all-weather wicker dining chairs are a perfect pick to provide an eye-catching contrast to the neutral tile sand flooring of this stunning outdoor dining room and kitchen. The arching backsplash and intricate tile medallion incorporates natural travertine tile and blue glass inlay.
A stand-alone cabinetry piece gives this master bath a more formal, traditional look than the outdated “honey-oak” cabinetry that was previously in the space. With plenty of floor space to display something decorative, designer Rachel Kate selected a tile medallion for the area and designed coordinating borders in the shower and bath surround.